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About George_Pickett

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    Meliora Cogito
  • Birthday 09/09/1973

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  1. Welcome to STSF. Just attend the Academy's and they will teach you what you need to know. Before long you'll know everything you need to know. In answer to one of your questions, yes there are different ships simming in different time periods in Advanced Sims. Another Useful Link
  2. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
  3. Welcome, I hope you enjoy it here. Sign hubby up too :P See ya around.
  4. Welcome, hope you enjoy it here.
  5. I liked the movie and am glad that Trek will survive. I saw it on the 8th at a Ulra-Imax in Columbus, it's the only way to fly :) It was easy to believe the new actors we're my old fav's and over all I can't wait for another film. The possibilities are limitless. I did like the weapons of the Enterprise as apparently StarFleet following the destruction of the Kelvin saw the need for better weapons then they had at the same time in the Original Canon. I'm going to see it a forth time at the Drive In this weekend can't wait. Great film!
  6. Well I'm finally back been in the Nexus since late 2005 but since rl is in hand i'm finally back to simming. I attended my first Academy tonight and dusted off the cob webs. Looking forward to seeing everyone. OMG there actually are still people here that I knew, It's good to be back!
  7. I'm sorry to hear your leaving too Eagle, I hoped everyone would be here when I get back. I'm hoping a month or two, but I have to play it by ear right now. It's been a pleasure serving with you, take care man.
  8. Thanks to all of you. I hope I can be back in the near future, too much is up in the air right now. Who knows, maybe I'll pop in to an Acad once in awhile. You all are awesome! <_<
  9. This is really hard for me, but I wanted to say goodbye to everyone. I have some personal matters ::smacks rl:: that I have to attend to so I have to go at least for now. I will still try to pop in to the boards every now and then, but I don't know at this point when I might return to simming. I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here at STSF. You have all made me feel very welcome, and I've made some great friends. In the short time I've been here I have had a chance to see other sim fleets/groups in action, and I have to tell you in my opinion STSF is the most professional and has the best people. I really felt a part of Star Fleet, which I would love to be in rl if that were possible. Please keep me in your thoughts as you will be in mine. I will miss you All, and hope to see you again. I remain, your friend,
  10. Hopeless :rolleyes:
  11. Unfathomable :rolleyes:
  12. I'll be there for the first 1/2 hr. It sounds great. See everyone there. :rolleyes:
  13. Welcome back Jami, and any rumors you hear about me destroying a Klingon ship as well as our own, are not really true ::hides:: :rolleyes:
  14. This polls missing my fav. I like my Coffee with Irish Whisky and Whipped Cream :rolleyes:
  15. Orlando Proposal A. “Location” Getting to and around Orlando is easy with the options provided to visitors. More than 62 scheduled and charter airlines feed into Orlando International Airport and Sanford Orlando International Airport, reflecting the city’s tempo, spirit, enthusiasm and commitment to quality facilities and service. And, with carrier choices ranging from low-cost to traditional airlines, you have plenty of options on travel time and selection of fares. In addition to air travel, Orlando is easily accessible by the Amtrak rail system both via passenger trains and auto trains. Major highway networks into Florida and throughout the state make it easy to get to Orlando from other destinations. About town, travel is made convenient by one of the nation’s largest fleets of rental vehicles, as well as taxis and limousines. Take a ride on our efficient and friendly public transportation options, including the colorful Lynx and Lymmo bus systems which reach throughout the attraction areas as well as downtown and favorite neighborhoods, or specialized I-Ride trolleys on International Drive. For excursions in town and to nearby attractions and areas, tour companies offer diverse itineraries and customized trips for groups. Orlando Attractions: http://www.orlandoattractions.com/ B. “ Travel and Lodging” There is plenty of Lodging for almost any budget in Orlando; tourism is their thing ya know. Top 20 hotels http://www.orlandoescape.com/ C. “ Trek Related” If I lived in Orlando or Florida even, I might better be able to answer this one. All I can say is that we create the entire Trek Universe inside our heads I mean come on were simmers we can do something Trek related almost anywhere. D. “Points of Interest” http://www.orlandoescape.com/orlandorestaurants.htm the top 20 places to get some food in town. http://www.orlandoescape.com/orlandonightentertainment.htm the top Nightlife and entertainment options E. “Pool Weather” If your talking September, the avg. temp in Orlando is 81degrees with an average of 19days out of the month of September with Clear or partly cloudy skies. F. “Extra Credit” Here’s my stab at a name: How about. Event Horizon Please consider Orlando for a possible site for Shore Leave, and anyone from Orlando or Florida feel free to help me out. It’s pretty bad when someone like me from Ohio, has to pitch your cities. :rolleyes: There is something for everyone's interest in Orlando! Thanks for taking a look B)